Gabby Giffords: The ABC Interview

Well, if you could watch that without getting verklempt, I don't know about you. As Ari Berman tweeted as Diane Sawyer's ABC special report on Rep. Gabby Giffords, Democrat of Arizona, and her husband Mark Kelly, aired, "Gabby Giffords should be Time's person of the year."

In case you missed it on ABC last night, here are the clips (titles and captions are ABC's):

Gabrielle Giffords Fights for her Life: The early days of Congresswoman Giffords' recovery filled with ups and downs.

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Gabby and Mark Bonded by Dedication and Love: Husband and family lead the charge to help Gabrielle Giffords recover.

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How Music Is Helping Gabrielle Giffords Heal: Music became an integral part of the rehabilitation process for Giffords.

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Gabrielle Giffords 10 Months Later Giffords shares her own thoughts on her remarkable recovery and road ahead.

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No Limits to Gabrielle Giffords' Recovery: Doctors and family agree Giffords has no boundaries to her recovery.

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Gabrielle Giffords: Will She Return to Congress? Focused on recovery, the congresswoman says she will return.

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Garance Franke-Ruta is a former senior editor covering national politics at The Atlantic.

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